a hint of what’s to come

It is moments like these that have convinced me to live here on the Moray Coast. That pre dawn moment, the town is still asleep not even the dog walkers are out just an idiot with a tripod - a calm nervous silence is all around.
It is moments like these that have convinced me to live here on the Moray Coast. That pre dawn moment, the town is still asleep not even the dog walkers are out just an idiot with a tripod – a calm nervous silence is all around.
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38 thoughts on “a hint of what’s to come

    1. Firstly my apologies in being so tardy in such a late response my excuse is moving and all the associated stress associated with it – the long and the short is I have not been out and about as alluded to in this post and worst still I have been atrocious in responding to you wonderful comments. I will be honest and say that I don’t expect to be back on track for about another month. But I shall get sorted and I will start posting and responding bang on time.

      For now to allow me acknowledge you all and explain where I am please accept this en masse response.

      I love blogging and sharing my photography and being inspired by yours. So please keep coming around my blog or enter The Digital Light Rooms competitions and I will see you there ( I am one of the 5 judges)

      Thanks once again for patience . Best Regards Scott

    1. Cheers Rigmover – Firstly my apologies in being so tardy in such a late response my excuse is moving and all the associated stress associated with it – the long and the short is I have not been out and about as alluded to in this post and worst still I have been atrocious in responding to you wonderful comments. I will be honest and say that I don’t expect to be back on track for about another month. But I shall get sorted and I will start posting and responding bang on time.

      For now to allow me acknowledge you all and explain where I am please accept this en masse response.

      I love blogging and sharing my photography and being inspired by yours. So please keep coming around my blog or enter The Digital Light Rooms competitions and I will see you there ( I am one of the 5 judges)

      Thanks once again for patience . Best Regards Scott

    1. Nia thanks very much I promise to get by your blog soon – Firstly my apologies in being so tardy in such a late response my excuse is moving and all the associated stress associated with it – the long and the short is I have not been out and about as alluded to in this post and worst still I have been atrocious in responding to you wonderful comments. I will be honest and say that I don’t expect to be back on track for about another month. But I shall get sorted and I will start posting and responding bang on time.

      For now to allow me acknowledge you all and explain where I am please accept this en masse response.

      I love blogging and sharing my photography and being inspired by yours. So please keep coming around my blog or enter The Digital Light Rooms competitions and I will see you there ( I am one of the 5 judges)

      Thanks once again for patience . Best Regards Scott

  1. Scott, the colours are truly magnificent. Such a lovely place!

    I hope you don’t mind if I reblog your link on my reblog II page?

    1. p4c many many thanks – Firstly my apologies in being so tardy in such a late response my excuse is moving and all the associated stress associated with it – the long and the short is I have not been out and about as alluded to in this post and worst still I have been atrocious in responding to you wonderful comments. I will be honest and say that I don’t expect to be back on track for about another month. But I shall get sorted and I will start posting and responding bang on time.

      For now to allow me acknowledge you all and explain where I am please accept this en masse response.

      I love blogging and sharing my photography and being inspired by yours. So please keep coming around my blog or enter The Digital Light Rooms competitions and I will see you there ( I am one of the 5 judges)

      Thanks once again for patience . Best Regards Scott

    1. Cheers JO the colours and lighting are tremendous I agree -Firstly my apologies in being so tardy in such a late response my excuse is moving and all the associated stress associated with it – the long and the short is I have not been out and about as alluded to in this post and worst still I have been atrocious in responding to you wonderful comments. I will be honest and say that I don’t expect to be back on track for about another month. But I shall get sorted and I will start posting and responding bang on time.

      For now to allow me acknowledge you all and explain where I am please accept this en masse response.

      I love blogging and sharing my photography and being inspired by yours. So please keep coming around my blog or enter The Digital Light Rooms competitions and I will see you there ( I am one of the 5 judges)

      Thanks once again for patience . Best Regards Scott

      1. Hi Scott, sounds like a lot going on! Moving house is one of my worst nightmares so I do sympathise. Wishing you all the very best and take your time – don’t need to apologise about late replies. Looking forward to seeing more of your work when time allows! Jo

  2. Someone has been up early 😉 Was looking at the sunrise myself this morning, my favourite time of day. It always starts with so little colour but so much promise, only to explode minutes later. Very hard to put that in a photo, but you managed it.

    1. I much prefer the pre dawn light ahead of the burst/ explosion as the sun breaks – although if you are set up about 15 mins before sunrise it is quiet a journey you can even adjust your position subtly to get several different shots from the same session.

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